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Role of Laser in Dental Cleaning To Maintain Oral Health

Oral hygiene plays a pivotal role in keeping a person healthy. A clean and healthy mouth keeps the body away from various diseases. Maintaining a proper dental hygiene prevents tooth decay, gum disease and bad breathe. As per the research, it is proven that in large-scale systemic diseases arise from a poor oral health namely dry mouth, swollen gums, gum problems and mouth ulcers. Poor oral hygiene may lead to oral & facial pain, digestive issues, oral cancer and other diseases too.  So, it becomes necessary for all to maintain a healthy mouth in order to avoid such dreadful conditions.

Maintaining your dental hygiene regularly is beneficial for the oral health, as plaque may find its way on the teeth over a period of time if not taken care properly. Taking help or consulting a dental professional is the ideal option to keep your teeth better. Getting it cleaned by the dentist, at least twice a year helps to prevent the formation of plaque and tartar on your teeth. Laser dental cleaning is a very effective one.  Many people are not aware that there are different types of professional teeth cleaning processes, such as

Prophylaxis – it removes the build-up plaque which is not possible with regular brushing at home. This process also includes tooth polishing.

Full Mouth Debridement – it removes a very heavy build-up of tartar and a significant amount of calculus build-up in different areas of the mouth.

Gingival Bacterial Reduction – a laser light is used to kill the bacteria housed in the infected gum pockets in the mouth.

Laser Therapy – in this process laser light is used to fight the bacterial infections that have formed deep within the gum pockets. It is also used to treat periodontal disease.

Periodontal maintenance – if you have to go for treating periodontal disease, then professional teeth cleaning is very necessary in every 8/10/12 weeks.

At Advanced Dental Hygiene, dentists opt for laser dental cleaning because of the distinct features of the laser. In most of the professional dental cleaning procedures, the dentist uses laser light to combat plaque, tartar, calculus, and bacteria based on the present condition of the teeth and gums.